Fifty days after his father’s death and at the invitation of parliament, the Crown Prince of Thailand Maha Vajiralongkorn, 64, was officially proclaimed the country’s king on…
As Thailand continues to mourn the loss of their much loved King Bhumibol concerns have been raised over the royal succession.
Thai citizens have gathered at the Grand Palace in Bangkok to mourn the late monarch as the 96-year-old former Prime Minister Prem Tinsulanonda is named interim leader.
Many people lined the streets of Bangkok as a procession carried the king's body following his death.
As Thailand begins the first day without a king for 70 years, citizens gather to pay their respects to their "beacon of stability".
Two years after the military seized power in Thailand, voters were being asked on Sunday to approve a new constitution which critics say could extend the army’s influence well into the…
Thailand’s prime minister appears convinced he knows who is behind the Monday bombing in Bangkok. “There are individuals or groups who seek to
Thailand’s former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra entered the supreme court on Tuesday as she began her trial on what her supporters say are
Thailand’s deposed prime minister, Yingluck Shinawatra, faces a possible ten years in prison if she is found guilty of fraud charges brought by the
There are fears of more political unrest after former former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is banned from office and prosecuted over a controversial rice subsidy scheme brought in during her time
Military-backed lawmakers have voted to impeach Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra over a controversial rice subsidy scheme. The verdict carries
Thailand’s army chief General Prayuth Chan-ocha has become the country’s new prime minister. Prayuth, 60, was officially sworn in during a ceremony
Thailand’s new prime minister is the country’s coup leader, army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha. The 60-year-old was the only candidate for the post and
The Thai army has initiated a nationwide round up of what it is calling “war weapons”. These include explosives and grenade launchers, but not
In Bangkok railway stations and streets that had been closed in expectation of demonstrations were reopened on Monday morning. The move came as
The leader of Thailand’s military coup has said no elections will take place for at least 15 months to allow time for the country to implement
Thai army head and leader of the military coup General Prayuth Chan-Ocha gave his first address to the nation on May 26 after seizing power four days
Hundreds of demonstrators angry at the military coup in Thailand clashed with soldiers on Saturday outside a military TV station in Bangkok. They
The Thai military continued its crackdown on dissidents on Saturday following Thursday’s coup. The army issued a list of 35 people including
There was a tense stand-off in the Thai capital Bangkok late on Friday night as anger mounted over the military’s overthrow of the country’s
With the first night of curfew over, the Thai army has summoned ousted prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra and 100 other prominent political leaders
A curfew was in place in Thailand overnight after the army announced it had seized control on Thursday. The bloodless coup, which saw the
Thailand’s army has staged a coup to oust the government and imposed a curfew following months of political unrest. It comes two days after the
A day after martial law was imposed in protest-hit Thailand, army chief, General Prayruth Chan-Ocha, is hosting talks with some of the country’s key
Hours after Thailand’s army declared martial law, anti-government protesters have vowed to fight on and to bring down the country’s caretaker
Thailand’s army has declared martial law, claiming it is not staging a coup but restoring order after six months of violent anti-government protests
In Bangkok, anti-government protesters have pushed their way into a military compound, forcing the interim prime minister to flee a meeting with the
Thousands of anti-government protesters marched through the streets of Bangkok on Monday as part of their “final push” to install an unelected prime
Anti-government protesters in Thailand are to take their grievances to the doors of the Senate as the body meets to discuss the political crisis in